Could it be one more for the road for unsettled Toon stars?
Summer transfers will always be a huge topic for Newcastle United fans and with the last game of the season against Everton just three weeks away already anxiety is building on the streets of Tyneside.
United's small squad needs additions but the holiday season for managers probably means there won't be much action in the next fortnight.
Yet while new fresh faces are needed badly at St James's Park, the players who go out of the exit door could be just as important as those who come in.
It seems that the exits of Peter Ramage, Stephen Carr and James Troisi had to go for the best interests of all concerned.
But should the exodus end there?
Certainly not would be the cry from some sections of Toon fans.
And names like Damien Duff, Alan Smith and Charles N'Zogbia, James Milner and Shola Ameobi have already be linked with moves elsewhere.
Love him or hate him, Shola's exit appears to be in the post with Norwich, Boro and an audacious bid from Toronto FC all potential moves for him.
But United may still end up relying on Duff, N'Zogbia and Milner and while it may not be to some fans liking, Alan Smith, at the start of next season.
If the influx of big names fails to arrive it could be the second chance saloon for these lads - Keegan may yet persuade his unsettled players that it's worth one more crack in a black and white shirt - especially Duff and N'Zogbia.
Perhaps their futures have come under the microscope even more because of KK's 4-3-3 formation at the end of the season.
And the minute United reverted back to 4-4-2 (half-time of the Chelsea game with the scores level), the good run well and truly went out of the window.
But in an era where football is very much a squad game, retaining the services of the majority of those who have been linked with moves away from Tyneside, could be an uncelebrated but vital move for next term.
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